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Edge computing: will 5G make it a reality?

This Telecoms.com Monthly Briefing, including input from telecom practitioners as well as leading industry analysts, looks at the status of mobile edge computing and considers how stakeholders can best address the opportunities.

When Fixed Wireless Access makes sense

FWA has failed in the past because the economics were never as good as hoped, but despite all that history and pessimism, there may still be a role for it.

Nvidia brings its cloud gaming to Android

2019 was already looking like a promising year for cloud gaming and now Nvidia is bringing its own service, GeForce NOW, to Android, the streaming scrap is heating up.

EE grasses on Three UK for its 5G advertising

Three UK has run an ad campaign claiming its 5G network is the only ‘real’ one. Unsurprisingly other 5G providers are unhappy about this and at least one had complained.

5G pricing: the best is yet to come

If we don’t have the pricing models and business infrastructure in place to properly extract value from a 5G offering, we’ll end up losing out to the next wave of OTT players.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Three, Samsung and Sprint/T-Mobile

In Scott’s absence Jamie hosts the pod this week, with him and Iain staying out of the pub just long enough to welcome special guest Dan Warren from Samsung. They start by discussing Three UK’s 5G FWA initiative, move on to the latest developments at Samsung and conclude with another update on the interminable Sprint/T-Mobile US merger.

Russia jumps on the mmWave train

While most of Europe is resisting the temptation of mmWave frequencies, Russia has joined the US in charging forward with the high-speed, low-coverage airwaves.

Verizon sues City of Rochester over 5G fees

US telco Verizon has filed a lawsuit against the City of Rochester, suggesting a newly created telecommunications code violates federal law and the maximum fees telcos can be charged.

5G devices pass 100 mark – GSA

The number of devices now available to 5G enthusiasts has now passed the 100 milestone, demonstrating how quickly 5G is being thrust onto the world.

LGU+ jumps to the top in 5G testing

Irrelevant as to whether South Korea was actually first to launch 5G or not, it’s the first market Rootmetrics has tested comprehensively and LGU+ have come out on top.

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